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Here’s what is happening at HUBweek Saturday

Youngsters explore the Neon Dream Crystal Cave installation container with LED blacklights that accentuate colored objets inside at Boston City Hall Plaza on Friday.
Youngsters explore the Neon Dream Crystal Cave installation container with LED blacklights that accentuate colored objets inside at Boston City Hall Plaza on Friday.(John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)

Boston’s HUBweek festival welcomes Saturday with a multitude of events focused on technology, business, and the arts. A few events to light up your weekend:

Demo Day Showcase, 10 a.m., The Hub, 1 City Hall Square:

Celebrate entrepreneurship in a massive six-hour showcase where more than 100 local and global early-stage startups will be presented to the public, representing more than 13 sectors, from artificial intelligence and robotics to clean tech and aerospace. You’ll get the chance to meet those behind some of the region’s next pillar companies. Free or paid pass, registration required at HUBweek.org.

“I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss: Women Entrepreneurs Get Real,” 12 p.m., The Hub. 1 City Hall Square (Pavilion):

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Join two female entrepreneurs with the Alliance for Business Leadership in a fun, interactive 40-minute card game on stage about how they find success and cope with failure, turn obstacles into opportunities, and continue to innovate their businesses in a world where female entrepreneurs face a unique set of challenges. Free or paid pass, registration required at HUBweek.org.

Coleslaw’s Corner, 7 p.m., 1 City Hall Square (Ideas Dome):

Experience the artistry that goes into drag with this vibrant one-hour show featuring five talented drag queens from Boston area, including Severity Stone, Violencia, Sham Payne, Emphysema, and Pristine Christine. The show will be filmed live inside the Ideas Dome and simultaneously projected throughout the festival site. There will be makeup, costumes, and performances you won’t want to miss. Registration required at HUBweek.org.


Katie Camero can be reached at katie.camero@globe.com